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Haulage Firm Fleet Wraps Win Double Award For Second Year

04/09/2015

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Elite Signs And Graphics Win At The All Wales Truck And Transport Show

Elite Signs & Graphics recently helped Smiths Mechanical Services claim two awards at The All Wales Truck & Transport Show for the second year running, for their fleet of wrapped vehicles including a Volvo FM13, Scania R620 & Mercedes Sprinter support vehicle.

Smith’s Mechanical Services approached Elite Signs & Graphics for a vehicle design which coincided with their 25th anniversary back in 2009. Inspired by the infamous appearance of the Eddie Stobart fleet, the well-recognised UK based haulage firm, Smith’s Mechanical Services also wanted their design to be distinctive and pleasing to the eye as they travel throughout the UK. Due to the success of the design, it has now been applied across the full fleet of vehicles within their heavy haulage division.

 

Selecting The Right Vinyl For Haulage Firm Fleet Wraps

As with any vehicle wrapping job it is of upmost importance that the appropriate material is used and Elite Signs & Graphics Ltd fully appreciate this.

“We pride ourselves on using the highest quality products and we highly regard 3M products.” Simon James, Business Director.

Using premium cast film 3M IJ180 Series, the company has complete trust in the products ability regarding digital print applications, also having Controltac and Comply Adhesive the material is extremely easy to use, helping speed up the application process.

Due to the growth of vehicle wrapping many businesses have seen their trade expand and having recently moved to a new 2300sq ft. premises, Elite Signs & Graphics Ltd is now able to accommodate jobs involving large vehicles such as articulated lorry trailers, tractor units and coaches without space being an issue. Their new fitting bay is 17m x 6m and the new facility also includes; a custom designed print studio, showroom, office space and large production area.

For more information please visit www.elite-signs.co.uk or tweet @EliteSigns.


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